The first thing that comes to mind for most people when the discussion of high blood sugar is brought up is diabetes.
It’s an extremely dangerous and deadly condition, but long before the individual is diagnosed with it, the body gives away signs that their blood sugar level is very high.
Because many people’s diets consist of artificial and processed foods, the number of people that are suffering from high blood sugar is dramatically increasing.
The only way to put a stop to this is to educate ourselves and watch for the signs that are body is providing us.
Continue reading to find out what the most important signs are that tell you your blood sugar level is too high.
Excessive Urination/Urinating During the Night:
Granted if you drink high amounts of water before you go to bed, there is a good chance you’re waking up in the middle of the night to urinate. But if you’re blood sugar level is too high, you could pick up a urinary tract infection which can result in excessive urinating.
Don’t overreact and go buy a pair of glasses if you begin to have temporary blurred vision. In most cases it’s high blood sugar, which causes the lens in the eyes to swell up.
When the body is lacking insulin, it’s unable to remove glucose from the bloodstream into the cells. This doesn’t allow the body to properly function. This is why you feel tired and can’t concentrate properly. High blood sugar levels can dehydrate you because the body is trying to remove excess glucose through urination.
Because of the high glucose levels in your blood and saliva, which are caused by high blood sugar levels, your mouth becomes dry.